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IAT 344

TEAM DOCUMENTARY FILM


DOCUMENTARY TREATMENT

IN COLLABORATION WITH

VANCOUVER
HOW WE MOVE IN VANCOUVER

KENNY HONG

JAMIE SMITH

LUCY LE LIEVRE

FILM BRIEF
Our goal is to successfully inform the residents of Vancouver about the ongoing projects that CityStudio
is overseeing in order to make the city greener. With a particular focus on AAA (All Ages & Abilities) cycling
routes and the benets they have on pedestrians, our documentary will compare the pros of protected
bike lanes to painted bike lanes. We will share statistics on protected bike lanes versus painted lanes and
personal stories of pedestrians that experience the upgrade of bike lanes to AAA standards.

FILM NARRATIVE
The lm will begin with an introduction on cycling and walking in Vancouver, with shots of bike lanes, cyclists
and pedestrian walkways around Vancouver. The lm will then explain the concept of AAA streets, what it
means to have an AAA street and the expected benets of AAA streets, using facts and statistics explained
by interviewees. This will lead the documentary into CityStudio and City of Vancouvers goal for a safer city
for pedestrians and cyclists, while showing shots of existing AAA streets: Hornby street, union street, and
the false creek seawall, etc.
Our lm will then explain the issues of unprotected bike lanes/painted bike lanes/non-AAA streets and the
potential danger that they have for pedestrians and cyclists. The issues will be supported by personal stories
of interviewees and their experiences with streets they use often that are not completely safe for cyclists
and pedestrians. We will use footages of streets before they were changed into AAA streets and streets
that are not currently AAA streets.
Finally, the lm will compare the non-AAA streets with AAA streets that CityStudio and City of Vancouver has
successfully completed. We will outline the benets and show footage of these streets. Each streets benets
will be analyzed and shown by statistics and personal experiences of the public. For this part, the lm will
sometimes use a split-screen style to compare non-AAA streets and AAA streets. The lm will end o with
CityStudio and City of Vancouvers goals and expectations for bike lanes, pedestrian walkways, and vehicle
lanes in the future. It will explain their goals to make Vancouver an even safer city for cyclists and pedestrians.

POTENTIAL LOCATIONS

POTENTIAL INTERVIEWEES

Protected Bike Lanes


Hornby Street
Dunsmuir Street
Union Street
False Creek Seawall

Karla Kloepper
Urban Planning and Design Analyst @ City Of Vancouver

Painted Bike Lanes


Richards Street
Beatty Street

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Jeanie Morton
Campus Course Network Manager @ CityStudio Vancouver
Dale Bracewell
Manager, Active Transportation @ City of Vancouver
Robert White
Supporter of Active Transportation and Road Space Reallocation
Engineering Assistant, Updating City-Wide Waynding Strategy
@ City of Vancouver

Since CityStudio and City of Vancouver hopes release a documentary for social media platforms, our
intended audience for this documentary will be young adults (particularly 19-24 year olds who make up
the largest percent of facebook users).

FILM IMAGERY & FEEL